CELTIC are aiming for six appeal when they face back-to-back Europa League ties against Molde.
Stuart Armstrong believes two consecutive wins against the Norwegian champions would open up Group A for Ronny Deila’s men.
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And the Hoops, after two 2-2 draws, are hoping to get the breakthrough victory on their travels tomorrow night.
The cultured midfielder said: “We take one game as it comes and now we have are back top of the table we can focus on Molde, prepare well for what will be tough opposition.
“Certainly, they have surprised a lot of people in the way they have performed in their two previous group games.
“We might have felt hard-done-by in not picking up all six points already available, but we are still in a good position.
“If we take three points off them over there and then at home on November 5, the group will open up for us.”
Armstrong, who returned after injury to start the 1-0 weekend win over Motherwell, is eager to be in the thick of the action against the Norwegians who have already beaten Fenerbahce 3-1 in Turkey and drawn 1-1 at home to Ajax.
Armstrong added: “If we manage to win over there, which is no easy task as they are in fine form, combined with the fact we are top here, it would be great for us.
“It would provide us with great momentum with more hard games coming up.
“It depends what the manager wants to do and how he wants to set up. I’m just pleased to have been involved on Saturday and I finished feeling okay.”
The Hoops have led in both their previous games against the Dutch in Amsterdam and the Turks in Glasgow before settling for 2-2 stalemates.
They are hoping for third time lucky tomorrow night.